WEBINAR: Coping with COVID-19: SBA Updates on CARES Act Programs

On Behalf of Odin, Feldman & Pittleman, P.C. | Apr 15, 2020 | COVID-19

The Washington Metropolitan Area District Office presents

Coping with COVID-19: SBA Updates on CARES Act Programs to Help Small Businesses and Non-Profits

Join Antonio Doss, District Director of the Washington Metropolitan Area District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), as he and his team conduct a webinar to discuss the financial tools and resources now available to help small businesses and non-profits navigate today’s unprecedented economic challenges.

Get answers to questions like these:

Which SBA programs do I qualify for through the CARES Act and how can they help me sustain my operations? What’s the difference between an Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) and a Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan? Can I apply for both? What portion of these loans are forgivable? What are my options if I’m a sole proprietor or an independent contractor? Who can I contact if I need assistance with the application process?

Coping with COVID-19: SBA Updates on CARES Act Programs

Friday, April 17, from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm (EDT)

Live webinar

The conference begins at 2:00 PM Eastern Time on Friday, April 17, 2020; you may join the conference 10 minutes prior.

Step 1: Dial into the conference.

Dial-in: 703-218-2100

Access Code: 0262739##

Step 2: Join the conference on your computer.

Entry Link: https://ems8.intellor.com/login/824808

When you access the entry link above, you will be provided a choice – to install the WebEx plug-in for your preferred browser or to join the web conference using a temporary path. Either option is acceptable.

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